Originally published: London : Cape, 1982.
|Statement||James Fox ; Repr|
|Contributions||Erroll, Josslyn Hay, Earl of, 1901-1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||299 p., (16) p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||299|
Nov 18, · White Mischief: The Murder of Lord Erroll by James Fox is a Open Road Media Publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book examines the infamous case of Lord Erroll and the wild and kinky goings on of the upper class English while vacationing in Kenya/5. Jul 23, · In addition to the international bestseller White Mischief, he is the author of The Langhorne Sisters and the coauthor of Life, Keith Richards’s autobiography. Fox lives in London with his wife and sons/5(60). May 06, · White Mischief is a spellbinding true-crime classic, a tale of privileged excess and the wages of sin, and an account of one writer’s determined effort to crack a cold and craven killing. ADVERTISEMENTBrand: Open Road Media. Jul 23, · White Mischief is a spellbinding true-crime classic, a tale of privileged excess and the wages of sin, and an account of one writer’s determined /5(61).
Jan 30, · Start your review of White Mischief: A Cultural History of Cocaine A book with some interesting facts, but limited novelty, and writing that leaves a lot to be desired. Madge seems capable of handling the early days of cocaine, when it is a relatively simple narrative/5. When Connolly died in , Fox inherited his notes and theories, and returned to Kenya to do further research. The result was the book White Mischief which was published in The title came from Black Mischief, Evelyn Waugh's satirical novel set in the mythical African kingdom of Azania. The New York Times called it "a fascinating book."Music by: George Fenton. A British aristocrat is shot dead amid the lap of luxury in colonial Kenya. The killing of Josslyn Hay, 22nd Earl of Erroll, in gripped a nation caught up in the grind of war. Immortalised in. Aug 13, · This is both an entertaining biography and also a spin-off book capitalising on the success of “White Mischief”. Lady Idina Sackville was generally known as a rampant promiscuous toff, one who enjoyed creating scandal and being the centre of attention, like many of her selfish and narcissistic peers in the Happy Valley set.4/5().
Nov 10, · Directed by Michael Radford. With Sarah Miles, Joss Ackland, Greta Scacchi, Charles Dance. In s Kenya, a married couple join other affluent British expatriates in a lifestyle of recklessness and excess, but soon find themselves in a troubling situation/10(K). Based on one of the most scandalous murders in British history, White Mischief transpires in Kenya at a time just before the beginning of World War II. Jock Broughton (Joss Ackland) is a wealthy 80%. Terrific retelling of the true story of the murder of Lord Erroll, in January He was a leading light in a group of white settlers in Kenya, whose community was called "Happy Valley", and was notorious as a hotbed of scandal. Most of the people in the book are dramatically unlikeable, but one keeps on reading in a sort of fascinated horror.4/5(2). Jan 01, · White Mischief: The Murder Of Lord Erroll Published by rolf-luettecke.com User, 16 years ago This is a simply fascinating book for anyone interested in colonial Africa, murder mysteries and just plain good writing.5/5(5).